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Private Celebration With Family And Friends

Feb 01, 2020

An entire venue specially booked out for one’s wedding accords privacy and a sense of exclusivity for the newlyweds as well as their families and guests, a preference valued by many soon-to-be-wed couples. This is made possible with a more intimate and manageable invite list, coupled with the option of a venue that is able to meet the necessary capacity requirements.

Lovely setting for the vows by Hera & C Moments
Photo by W Photography, courtesy of Rama V

Some advantages of such a scenario :

  • The wedding ceremony and dinner reception to follow at the same location, negating the need to travel between different venues.
  • Ability to stretch the décor budget with only one venue to set up. Both the ceremony and banquet can also be of a similar thematic scheme.  
  • Having all your guests at one location will substantially reduce the possibility of your dinner reception being delayed by those who may be late as most would perhaps already be attending the exchange of vows.

Tea ceremony with décor by Hera & C Moments
Photo by W Photography, courtesy of Rama V

Table setting
Photo by W Photography, courtesy of Rama V

A few suggestions :

  • Have your wedding planner, decorator and the venue’s events team discuss logistics of transitioning from the ceremony to the dinner. 
  • Inform your guests of parking arrangements in advance prior to their arrival.

Dessert bar conceptualised by Hera & C Moments
Photo by W Photography, courtesy of Rama V
 

Tip : Book a table for lunch or dinner at Rama V to sample its cuisine and experience its ambience. More details here